MSC Practices

MSC follows the policies and procedures provided by Skate Canada.


Dispute Resolution Policy:

The Moore Skate Club (MSC) and Skate Canada support the principles of dispute resolution and is committed to the techniques of negotiation, facilitation, mediation and arbitration as effective ways to resolve disputes with and amount members.

In case of a conflict between Skate Canada members, the individuals involved in the dispute must make every effort to resolve the conflict amongst themselves.  Where reasonable efforts to resolve the conflict fail, a request may be made to the Board of Directors of the Club for assistance to resolve the dispute. For more information on this policy, please visit the following site: 


https://skateontario.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/07/Club_Dispute_Resolution_Policy_October-2016.pdf

Harassment, Bullying and Discrimination Policy


The Moore Skate Club (MSC ) and Skate Canada are committed to providing a skating environment in which all individuals are treated with respect and dignity. Each individual has the right to participate in a respectful environment free from bullying, harassment and discrimination. For more information on this policy, please visit the following site:






https://info.skatecanada.ca/index.php/en-ca/policies/46-membership-harassment-bullying-and-discrimination-policy.html?showall=&limitstart=

MSC Code of Ethics

As a member of Skate Canada, MSC follows a Code of Ethics. This code applies to all skaters, officials, employees, board members, volunteers, alumni, hall of fame members of Skate Canada and its affiliate organizations. This code of ethics also applies to parents and guardians who participate in and observe related activities.

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MSC Constitution and By-Laws

Incorporated in May 1974, and Revised Oct 2017 the MSC Constitution provides details on the rules and bylaws by which the MSC is managed.





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MSC Code of Conduct

MSC guide to Rules and Conduct for all Members and their guardians.







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Club Code of Ethics

As a member of Skate Canada, the Moore Skating Club follows a Code of Ethics.

This code of ethics applies to all skaters, officials, coaches, employees, board members, volunteers, alumni and hall of fame members of Skate Canada and its affiliate organizations. This code of ethics also applies to parents and guardians who participate in and observe related activities.

See Full Code